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|Tuesday, May 17, 2011|
Farms and other businesses in rural Marion County are seeing an uptick in copper theft, despite the Oregon Legislature's amendment of the scrap-metal law last year.
The law makes it harder for thieves to sell copper and other metals to recyclers.
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